For GOP lawmakers, loyalty with President Trump remains a one-way street. Having lost two rounds of negotiations, he dismissed their warnings and showed contempt for the separation of powers.
For Democrats evaluating who can defeat Trump, what roles will gender and race play in mobilizing voters?
The state’s congressional Democrats reserved judgment on Herring and Fairfax but want Northam to resign.
Amid calls for unity and cooperation, Trump highlights differences with Democrats and signals worries of coming investigations
Is he “a disrupter or a destroyer”? European officials, vexed by the president’s unpredictability and antipathy toward alliances, have taken a wait-him-out approach, hoping to minimize damage and even embracing some of the debates he has started. But many say a second Trump term could wreck the continent’s already weakened cohesion.
The presidential nominating contest will force the candidates to go beyond slogans and to explain the policies they would pursue if elected.
Americans’ rating of the president across a range of issues and character traits has declined, with particular drops among independents when it comes to health care and the deficit.
Division, paralysis, dysfunction, tribalism and weak leaders have created a mess as the clock ticks toward Britain’s separation from the European Union.
An accidental encounter with President Trump, from a brasserie in Paris.
The selection of the RNC chairman, a favorite of GOP congressional leaders and recommended by House Speaker Paul Ryan, puts a party insider and establishment figure in a key White House post.